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ExGlo Foundation Supports Livelihood Projects

A nation who does not invest in their young ones isn’t worth dying for they say; in lieu with this adage, ExGlo Foundation, a non-governmental organization in Ghana has been at the forefront of championing charity initiatives as well as educative and well-meaning programmes to help not only the young ones but people in need and support, across various spheres.

ExGlo Foundation recently undertook 2 initiatives worth highlighting. The first one done in Tamale, capital of the Northern Region of Ghana saw Senior High School Girls undergoing training that will be able to equip them for business start-ups after school.


This year, the foundation selected 2 regions and identified two beneficiaries for its activities. The Northern Region and the Central Region were selected with specific reference to the Tamale Girls Senior High School in the North and the Srafa community in the Central region. The objective of the foundation this year was to engage these beneficiaries in skill development training and also to offer educational assistance to the Srafa D/A Basic school.


The rationale behind the skill development training was based on the needs assessment carried out before the training. We discovered that, with regards to the Tamale Girls, most of the students were more likely to venture into entrepreneurship to make a living for themselves after school. But there are little to no skill acquisition avenues in the school and the few existing ones are expensive and thus unaffordable hence they are not able to pursue their entrepreneurial aspirations when they leave school. This is a major problem in our target regions and most of the students involved in this end up becoming delinquent and living reckless lives. Most of the girls become pregnant after a few months of coming out of school with little or no financial support for themselves and their kids.


For the Srafa Community, they discovered that the women in the community are mostly engaged in farming which serves as their only source of income for themselves and their families. Since farming is a seasonal occupation, these women become financially handicapped when it is not yet the farming season. Most of the women in this community are also housewives who have no particular skill to support their families financially aside farming.


As part of their mission as a Foundation, they decided to equip these girls and women with various skills that can help them attain some level of financial freedom.




Skill Development TrainingaAt Tamale Girls Senior High School:

On the 12th of November, 2022 the ExGlo foundation visited the Tamale Girls Senior High School to train them in liquid soap and bead making. As stated early on, the aim was to equip them with these skills to prevent them from being idle and delinquent after school and also acquire entrepreneurial skills to help them in the future.




Skill Development Training at Srafa Community and Donation Of Essential Items to Srafa D/A Basic School


On the 18th of November, 2022 the ExGlo foundation visited the people of Srafa in the Central region. The visitation was in 2 folds. The first half of the program was to donate some essential items the school needs to facilitate learning and some menstrual hygiene items the female students requested for during the needs assessment conducted. Items donated to the school included marker-boards, sanitary pads, towels, soaps, African print cloths (to cover themselves with it in the washroom when changing), dozens of panties and a cupboard where all these menstrual hygiene items can be kept. ExGlo foundation also repaired the spoilt hand wash basin in the washrooms for them and fixed the marker-boards as well.


The second phase involved the entire community, but mostly the women. The aim was to engage them in making shampoo, liquid soap and pastries, which was very successful. The women were equipped with these skills to help them generate extra income to support themselves and their families.


Source of Funding for This Year’s Projects:

The key sponsors and collaborators for this year’s activities are the management of St John’s Hospital and Fertility Centre, Tantra Hill Roundabout, Accra as part of their Corporate Social Responsibility and Best Western Premier, Accra Airport Hotel. Other contributors included Mr Michael Sandow Ali (the chairman of the board), Abeiku Aggrey Santana, Prof. Joshua Y. Abor, Prof. Mrs. Vera Fiador and other family and friends. We are grateful to all our patrons, sponsors and contributors for helping us teach these disadvantaged community members how to fish instead of giving them only fish. God continue to bless their kind hearts.



Special Appreciation:

The foundation would like to thank our hardworking volunteers who helped to make these projects successful. The team was led by Ms Nancy Abena Manko, the Project Manager for the Foundation with oversight provided by the Executive Director, Dr. Patience Aseweh Abor.


Our volunteers for this year’s projects were;

Ms. Priscilla Wiah

Ms. Hannah Ampomah

Ms. Winifred Bakari Soale

Ms. Rahama Issahaku

Ms. Jennifer Yaa Andorful Wilson

Nana Tawiah Gaisie

Mr. Kwesi Ohene-Djan

Mr. Samuel Quansah

Mr. Moses Quarshie

Ms. Alberta Koffuah



The ExGlo foundation initially targeted the Central, North, Upper East and The Upper West Regions for skill development training but due to financial constraints, we were able to focus on just 2 Regions. They are appealing to the general public, other NGOs, organizational bodies et al to help our cause so we can reach out to more beneficiaries. Thank you.


For donations and further information, please contact them via email: or on phone via 0264234016 or 0245581612 or via their website


About ExGlo Foundation

As part of our Vision statement, ExGlo Foundation is dedicated to partnering and working closely with various stakeholders to ensure that the people of the rural areas of the Central, Upper East, Upper West and Northern Regions enjoy access to a decent education, healthcare, and sustainable livelihood projects to improve their lives. we have been dedicated to this goal since 2012. In the past 8 years, we have engaged in various activities which include but are not limited to helping some brilliant but deprived students to complete school through the payment of their fees, donation of stationeries, student and staff tables and chairs, clothing and other essential items. The foundation also organized health talks and screening, offered career guidance to its beneficiaries, and as well as skill development training.

Membership of ExGlO is open to professionals, graduates, graduate students, foundations, corporate bodies, or anyone interested in helping the organization to achieve its aims and willing to abide by the rules and regulations.


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Aido Network International Incollaboration With Bishop Cynthia Adu Boateng Slated Royal Gala & Exhibition For November 25

Aido Network International Incollaboration With Cynthia Adu Boaten Slated Royal Gala & Exhibition For November 25


Mark your calendars for an electrifying celebration of culture and exhibition as Aido Network International Incollaboration With Bishop Cynthia Adu Boateng takes over London on 21st December, 2023.

The highly appreciated event, royal gala, dinner and exhibition is set to be the biggest event in London, promising unforgettable experience of all ages.

Organized by H.H Jones Eganga and Queen Grace in London collaboration with award-winning gospel singer, Bishop Cynthia Adu Boateng.

This beautiful event will take place at Hilton hotel, Croydon – London at exactly 4pm to 10pm.

Aido Network International and Bishop Cynthia Adu Boateng is inviting all chiefs, ministers, pastors, companies etc to come and support this beautiful event.

This beautiful gala night eventis organised for fundraising to the needy and the less privileged.

Check the the flyer for more info


You can also visit their website

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“Prove To Me If The Prostitutes Are Staying In My Apartment” – Bishop Daniel Obinim Dares Shatana

These couple of weeks have seen musician Shatana, go back and forth with leader of International God’s Way Church, Bishop Daniel Obinim over a video that surfaced around the same time.

The video which was taken by Shatana saw some alleged number of prostitutes plying their trade in front of Bishop’s church. To add salt to injury, these alleged prostitutes purported that they lived in one of Obinim’s apartment s which were a few blocks from the church’s premises.

They also claimed, they had to pay 2,000cedis to foot the rent fee of the room. Shatana explained this situation in an interview on Kingdom FM last week.

Bishop Obinim who saw this as demeaning has rebutted the allegations fiercely with explanations. At a church sermon last week in his church, he expressed that the stories are all untrue and cooked. He further dared Shatana to provide evidence if she thinks her story is true.

This is the third time Angel Obinim has responded to the story. Well, Shatana is yet to counter what Bishop has said.

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Esther Issaka Music Set To Release “Oseeye” On August 27

The long-awaited song of Ghanaian contemporary gospel singer and songwriter, Mrs. Esther Issaka, known as Esther Issaka Music in the gospel music industry, is set to be released on August 27, 2023.



She talked about her new project in a post on her social media platforms.

“Let no one cause you to think that you are a failure. Victory is God’s nature. Once you are His, oseeye shall be your song.

We are not alone. Christ is with us, goes ahead of us and defends us. Surely, Oseeye shall be our song. Jesus did not promise us a challenge free Christian journey. He rather assures that we shall not consumed by the fire and the waters shall not devour us.
Oseeye is our song”.

Now that the release date has been announced, Mrs. Esther Issaka wishes Oseeye will bring hope, encouragement and joy into the hearts of all who will hear this tune.

The official release date for this song is set to be released on August 27, 2023.

Esther Issaka’s personal life is a testament to her grounded and faith-centered approach. She is married to Rev Dr. Suleman De-Graft Issaka, a Pastor of the Church of Pentecost. Together, they are blessed with four children: Nkunim, Adom, Adepa, and Abapa. Her role as a pastor’s wife has added another layer of responsibility and influence to her journey, further reinforcing her commitment to her faith and her musical ministry.

In 2021, Esther Issaka made a significant mark with the release of her single “Odihene,” which resonated powerfully with her followers and garnered widespread acclaim. This achievement underscores her ability to blend spirituality with artistic excellence.

Please follow her for updates regarding this release @estherissaka_muisc on all social media platforms.


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“People Even Have Sex On Atwea Mountains”, Angel Obinim Replies Shatana

The internet has been full of banters these couple of weeks. One which is fast gaining roots is that of artiste, Shatana and Bishop Obinim’s. It has sparked serious concerns outrages on the information super highway.


It has been a week when Shatana alleged that there has been a couple of sex workers plying their trade in front of the House of the Lord, where Bishop Angel Obinim sheperds. When Shatana decided to drive them away from the premises because it is blasphemous, she was met with a mouth gaping  revelation. That Bishop Obinim owned the apartments that housed them (prostitutes), and they had to pay 2000cedis every month or face eviction.


This got to Shatana so much that she released the video and called the Ghanaian christiandom to be up and doing. The video then sparked heavy appeal and reaction.


Bishop Obinim who saw the need to explain the situation because it tarnished his image has responded to the claims made by Shatana. He said indeed he owned the apartments and he has rented it out to girls, some of which are Nigerians, Kenyans, Ghanaians, etc


Bishop Obinim further said although he owned the apartments, he has not given any tenant the power to use it as a brothel. Nonetheless, he explained that he could not control a tenant who decides to use her body for material gains. He also expressed that he has gone to the house to preach to them and pray on countless occasions but to no avail. He further said, people have been desecrating business areas, official and public places, and many more since time immemorial. He gave an example of how once he saw a pastor and his singer having intercourse on Atwea Mountain’s Prayer Camp. Lastly, he stated that the said apartments of his was not near the church premises.


Shatana is yet to rebut what Bishop Angel Obinim has said.


Watch the video of what Obinim said and the interview of Shatana explaining how she saw the place.


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Danny Lampo and Article Wan Set to Drop Explosive New Single ‘Puutu’ on Lampo’s Birthday

Danny Lampo, the multi-award-winning UK-based Ghanaian artist, is gearing up to drop a hot new single on his birthday, which falls on the 3rd of September. This highly anticipated release features none other than the talented Article Wan, adding an extra layer of excitement to the project.
Known for his unique sound and captivating performances, Lampo has made a name for himself in the music industry. His music is a fusion of afrobeats, reggae, and dancehall, creating a vibrant and infectious sound that appeals to a wide audience. With his previous releases, Lampo has amassed a loyal fanbase not only in Ghana and the UK but also across the globe.
What sets Lampo apart is his ability to seamlessly blend different genres, creating a distinctive and refreshing musical style. His versatility as an artist shines through in his music, as he effortlessly transitions between afrobeats’ infectious rhythms, reggae’s laid-back vibes, and dancehall’s energetic beats.
In addition to his musical endeavors, Lampo is also a talented footballer, showcasing his skills on the field as a member of the Reading Tigers in the East Berkshire League. This dual passion for music and sports adds an extra layer of depth to Lampo’s artistic identity, making him a true force to be reckoned with.
Teaming up with Article Wan for this upcoming release is a match made in musical heaven. Article Wan is a renowned artist in his own right, known for his catchy hooks and infectious melodies. With both Lampo and Article Wan’s talents combined, fans can expect nothing short of a musical masterpiece.
As the release date approaches, fans are eagerly anticipating the drop of “Puutu,” the much-anticipated collaboration between Lampo and Article Wan. This track promises to be a certified banger, showcasing the artists’ incredible chemistry and musical prowess.
With Lampo’s birthday serving as the perfect occasion for this release, fans can celebrate alongside him as he continues to push boundaries and make his mark in the music industry. The anticipation is building, and it’s safe to say that “Puutu” will be a hit that resonates with fans worldwide.
So mark your calendars for September 3rd and get ready to groove to the infectious beats of Danny Lampo and Article Wan. This collaboration is set to take the music scene by storm and solidify Lampo’s position as one of the industry’s rising stars.
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His Excellency Felix Hator, The Selfless Ghanaian Consul Who Helped Team Wanderlust In Mauritania, en route London

The entire nation became extremely gleeful when a Team of Ghanaian citizens took a daring task to travel by road from Accra to London. The 10,000 kilometres’ journey which took them at 13 days through various countries saw them plying numerous countries from Africa through Europe and finally to their final destination, London.

This was not just a dotingly remarkable achievement but also, another historic feat since the news broke out. It took social media platforms by frenzy midway through their journey when the Team finally announced via their social media platforms that they’d embarked on such this ‘exceptional’ trip.

Just like any other travel would have it, it didn’t come easy for these Team of Ghanaians on their trip. No, there was no disaster! But as protocols would demand, they got into some few ‘glitches’, especially when they got to Mauritania. There in Mauritania, a very patriotic diplomat, His Excellency Felix Hator, came through for them.

His Excellency Felix Hator, Ghana’s Consul to Mauritania showed the Team tremendous hospitality when the Team entered into the country (Mauritania). Not only did he come to their ‘rescue’ but he showed extreme care and support for Team Wanderlust. Furthermore, he added a letter of support from his outfit to the high Office of Mauritania that allowed his fellow Ghanaian Citizens to use Nouakchott as a route to continue their journey into Europe and finally into UK.




H.E Felix Hator hosted and fêted Team Wanderlust and made them feel comfortable while showing them some of the amazing projects he’s on with other fellow Ghanaian citizens who are based there and working with him. This is a true mark of a patriotic statesman we should emulate and replicate for our fellow Ghanaian men and women everywhere in the world.



H.E Felix Hator, though would not want to highlight this himself for ‘media clout’ it is very key to celebrate him for his kind gesture to Team Wanderlust; he led them through Nouakchott with a full drive till they reached the Moroccan Border and finally journeyed on to their final destination.

Below is a video snippet of Team Wanderlust celebrating HE Felix Hator for the support.



(Story: Elorm Beenie)

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Nigerian Singer Wizkid Loses His Mother

The famous Nigerian singer Wizkid, whose real name is Ayodeji Balogun, has sadly lost his mother.


Wizkid’s mother, Mrs Jane Dolapo Balogun, passed away at approximately 1:30 a.m. on Friday.


Confirming the news, Sunday Are, Wizkid’s manager for a long time, shared that Mrs Balogun passed away during the early hours of Friday.


“Yes, she passed away this morning, around 1:30 am,” said Sunday Aaare.


The late Mrs Balogun was also the mother of two other children, Yetunde Balogun and Lade Balogun.


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Rush Energy Drink Set To Celebrate 10 Years

Twellium Industrial Company Ltd, a manufacturing powerhouse in Ghana, is celebrating a remarkable achievement on its 10th anniversary. In a short period of time, this successful company has revolutionized the concept of Made in Africa by raising the standards of standardization and significantly contributing to Ghana’s GDP. By exporting locally produced commodities to over 10 West African countries, Twellium has disrupted the long-standing practice of importing goods into Ghana.
Specializing in the production of innovative beverages, Twellium manufactures a range of products including the popular Rush Energy Drink, Verna Mineral Water, assorted soft drinks, and juices. But their expertise does not stop there. Twellium has also mastered the manufacturing of biscuits and fresh-baked cakes, offering over 100 varieties of creamy and chocolaty wafers, crackers, bourbon, soda crackers, donuts, sliced cakes, and cream center filled cakes.
One of the company’s key achievements lies in its implementation of the fastest manufacturing lines in West Africa, equipped with state-of-the-art machinery. Twellium Industrial Company Ltd holds ISO (International Organization for Standardization) and HACCP (Hazard analysis and critical control points) certifications, attesting to its commitment to quality and safety.
Operating from three industrial facilities in Accra, Kumasi, and Burkina Faso, Twellium has not only significantly contributed to Ghana’s economy but also provided employment opportunities for over 10,000 families. Moreover, the company has invested in training African laborers to harness the potential of modern technology and state-of-the-art machinery.
With a strong commitment to supporting the local market, Twellium Industries sources raw materials from local farmers, empowering the African agricultural sector. Furthermore, the company takes its social corporate responsibility seriously through the initiatives of the Twellium Foundation, making substantial contributions to society.
Owned by Mr. Hussein Kesserwani and his brother Mr. Hassan Kesserwani, who have backgrounds in engineering and international business and were raised in the United States of America, Twellium Industrial Company Ltd is a multinational manufacturing company on a rapid growth trajectory. Their ambition is to promote African industrialization and elevate the perception of Made in Africa. They firmly believe in the potential of the African continent and aim to inspire more investors to recognize the abundant opportunities it presents.
Twellium’s remarkable success story is testament to the potential that lies within the African continent. By exemplifying excellence in manufacturing and contributing to the local and regional economies, Twellium Industrial Company Ltd is a shining example of the possibilities that can arise when belief and investment in Africa are combined.
Africa’s strength and potential as a fruitful continent are undeniable, and Twellium serves as a shining beacon of success. With continued support and belief in the capabilities of Africa, there is no limit to what the continent can achieve.
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Adansi Travels To Boost Tourism With The Boss Travel Club Launch

Adansi Travels in a colorful ceremony marked their 10th year with a dinner and launch of The Boss Travel Club.
The leading travel and tour company’s new innovation – The Boss Travel Club – seeks to reward clients who have patronised Adansi since 2016 till date and to give them the Boss treat.
Adansi Travels started a decade ago with a staff strength of 3 people in the Obuasi area in the Ashanti Region of Ghana and has become a significant tourism promoter, introducing locals to foreign tourist sites and foreigners to breath-taking local tourist sites in Ghana.
Speaking at the event, the Managing Director of Adansi Travels Mr Gideon Asare took the opportunity to thank all their local and foreign partners for their valuable and unflinching support over the past 10 years.
He motioned, “We are grateful to all our partners, clients and well-wishers. The Boss Travel Club will be providing loyalty schemes to all Adansi Travels clients who have engaged in multiple travels since 2016. This aims at reducing travel costs by introducing different initiatives, and many more offerings and benefits.”
He wrapped up by asking them to make merry, have fun and enjoy the excellent food and ambience.
The Deputy Minister of Tourism Hon. Mark Okraku-Mantey during his well-wish message noted that he has experienced Adansi and encouraged all to be part of the experience.
He said, “I have experienced Adansi and I pray some of you will get the opportunity to experience Adansi. They have been part of the movement to make tourism the number one contributor to Ghana’s GDP.”
He ended by recounting Adansi Travels’ contribution to the Government’s achievements in the tourism sector.
The Boss Travel Club, their new initiative will also be serving as the home for new travel enthusiasts and dreamers who will be subscribing to Adansi’s membership through the new digitisation scheme, extended service offerings, and innovation.
The club will be offering members up to 20% referral cash commissions, free domestic tours that boost local tourism, up to GHC 10,000 free life insurance cover and discounted flights, and hotels among others.
The well-attended plush dinner hosted attendees from the aviation industry, hoteliers, the tourism sector players and some celebrities.
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H.E Isaac Aryeetey, UMaT SRC President In Collaboration With The University Commissions The Campus-Ride

The SRC President H.E Isaac Aryeetey is changing the narrative of student leadership status on campus, proving to the student community and management that-he is a man of his word, this initiative was applauded by the Vice Chancellor and other principal officers of the university, for contributing in creating a more convenient and a sustainable campus for patronage of both staffs and students. It is of no surprise he won the SRC Presidential seat defying all odds and setting unparalleled record with the highest win percentage of 67.96% for a presidential candidate, this is no joke.

Today’s achievement is a testament and a validation of his leadership skills, dedication and commitment to the job, indeed we are witnessing history in the making.

The SRC President H.E Isaac Aryeetey addresses the student community.

In his words, he said; on several instances students fall sick, to which there is no available transportation system to quickly convey the student to the hospital, hostel representative, hall presidents in the year 2022 have to run to the street in search of taxi, leaving the ill student at the mercy of time.

In response to this alarming situation, I promised the entire student populace a better transportation system through an effective sustainable advocacy.

Resilience is not achieved in isolation. We will actively seek and nurture collaborations with other academic institutions, industry partners, and community organizations. Through strategic partnerships, we can leverage collective strengths, share knowledge, and access resources that will bolster our resilience and enhance our impact on society.
A year ago, I promised in bringing a sustainable solution in the transportation challenges and create a more convenient, eco-friendly, and enjoyable campus experience for everyone.

After several negotiation with management in collaboration with the Dean of Students, I had the permission from management on the 3rd of March 2023, to embark on the journey to bring onboard major stakeholders to aid satisfy one of the most pressing needs of students-Transportation.

By implementing this initiative, we can collectively work towards creating a greener, healthier, and more sustainable campus for generations to come.

I want to reaffirm my commitment to remaining resilient in the face of challenges. My administration understands the importance of adaptability, innovation, support, sustainability, partnership, and empowering our students.

As we forge ahead on this journey, I invite each of you to actively contribute your ideas, expertise, and passion. Let us collaborate and build a brighter future for our institution, where resilience is not just a word but a guiding principle that propels us towards greatness.
Thank you for your unwavering support, and I am confident that together, we will continue to make a positive impact in the lives of our students and the broader community.

Campus Ride- Safe, Reliable, Convenient (S.R.C)

In Attendance was;
Head of the security unit
The Reginal MTTD Commander
Proxy of Vice Chancellor
Dean of Oric
Coordinator of Demha
Head of UMaT Clinic
All Senior Hall Tutors
Hall Wardens

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